WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar may be back on on TV'S once again but his future with the company is far from certain.
Lesnar is renowned for taking extended absences - a strategy that doesn't tend to go down well in the WWE.
Lesnar had been off WWE TV for three months prior to his return last Monday and now he is scheduled to be back a lot more in the run up to the Royal Rumble.
Many expect Lesnar to appear in the main event at WrestleMania XXXI in March next year and despite there being many different ideas about who he will face, it is largely believed that he won't have the title after the show in San Francisco.
Lesnar will be appearing in the WWE until after WrestleMania whether he has the title or not, however his post-WrestleMania employment leaves some questions to be answered.
- WWE force fans to choose between three big stars
- Star wrestler ruled out until WrestleMania season after injury
- Rumors of discontent in WWE reach all-time high
Some feel that Lesnar will follow former WWE employee CM Punk and return to the UFC, some feel he could stay with the WWE.
Who knows what the future may hold for the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion but there may also be a third option for him.
Remaining with the WWE or moving to the UFC are two options that have presented themselves, but could be going to another brand?
Bellator President Scott Coker has revealed that his promotion have reached out to Brock Lesnar.
"There hasn’t been any serious dialogue, but when the time comes to have serious dialogue, we’ll be right there.” - Coker on Lesnar
The future of Lesnar when his current deal with the WWE expires shortly after WrestleMania will be one of the biggest issues in 2015 and it is interesting to see where the man who conquered the Undertaker's unbeaten streak will end.
Lesnar vs Cena part IV
The Royal Rumble in January will be the fourth time that John Cena and Brock Lesnar will go head to head.
The two clashed twice in 2014 at Summer Slam and Night of Champions with Lesnar walking away with the title both times.
The match at Night of Champions then prompted Lesnar's three month hiatus and the match at the Rumble will be his first in-ring contest since September.
Many expect Lesnar to retain his title at the Royal Rumble and face off against Roman Reigns at WrestleMania.
However nothing is ever certain in the WWE and with a man like Seth Rollins holding the Money in the Bank briefcase, who knows when he will cash in.
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